|Statement||by Zafar Ali Qureshi. Vol.2.|
|Contributions||Watt, W. Montgomery|
Prophet Muhammad and His Western Critics: A Critique of W. Montgomery Watt and Others, Volume 1 Prophet Muhammad and His Western Critics: A Critique of W. Montgomery Watt and Others, Zafar Ali Qureshi: Author: Zafar Ali Qureshi: Publisher: Idara Maʼarif Islami, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Length. Prophet Muhammad and His Western Critics: Author: Zafar Ali Qureshi: Publisher: Ilmi Kitab Khana, Original from: the University of Virginia: Digitized: 14 Nov Length: 98 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. Pakistani academic, Zafar Ali Qureshi, in his book, Prophet Muhammad and His Western Critics: A Critique of W. Montgomery Watt and Others has criticized Watt as having incorrectly portrayed the life of Muhammad in his works. Qureshi's book Institutions: Anglican Diocese of . A common argument brought forth against the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) is that he would kill and silence his critics, and so it is from this example that some modern day Muslims seek to emulate by carrying out acts of violence against those who speak against Islam. One of the incidents they raise is the killing.
Get this from a library! Prophet Muhammad and his Western critics: a critique of W. Montgomery Watt and others. [Zafar Ali Qureshi]. An insight for us ignorant westerners brought up on purely Christian doctrine as to what makes the other half of the world tick. This book eases the reader through the violent landscape of tribal Arabia to help us appreciate just why Muhammad is important, not only as the Muslim prophet, but as a complex, political character who could unite nations/5. Researched biography of the Holy Prophet. Corrects misconceptions about his life; answers western criticism. "(1) Muhammad The Prophet (2) The Early Caliphate, by Muhammad Ali, together constitute the most complete and satisfactory history of the early Muslims hitherto compiled in English" — Islamic Culture, Hyderabad, India/5(47). I bought Armstrong's book about Muhammad in , after reading her short book about the history of Islam. I liked that book, as it covered the main topics about Islam quite well, so I thought I would enjoy reading her previous, longer book about the founder of that religion: Muhammad - A biography of the by:
Criticism of Muhammad has existed since the 7th century, when Muhammad was decried by his non-Muslim Arab contemporaries for preaching monotheism, and by the Jewish tribes of Arabia for his unwarranted appropriation of Biblical narratives and figures,  vituperation of the Jewish faith,  and proclaiming himself as “the last prophet” without performing any miracle nor . Muhammad’s critics and their deaths. Why the West must protect freedom of speech. James M. Arlandson. An authoritarian ruler must get a grip. The first policy that he imposes on his people shuts down free speech that expresses dissent and criticism, especially if . The Prophet Muhammad: A Biography Hardcover – November 3, and takes a bit of getting usd to compared with more standard style biographies by Western writers. At times the endless coverage of tribal matters and a "warts and all" depiction of what the individual was really like (especially on his numerous wives) leaves one adrift from Cited by: 6. The Prophet Muhammad: A Biography by Barnaby Rogerson pp, Little, Brown, £ It is never straightforward for a westerner to have more than a passing interest in Islam and the Islamic world.